Twelve Essential Steps To a Winning E-mini Strategy!

By: Leslie Burton

In the 80's, the US T-Bond contract was the most liquid market. The bond pit at the CBOT was so crowded that you could not turn around. There was a bit of intrigue with commodities. It was deemed "not a prudent man’s investment vehicle' — it was for the aggressive investor. It was not a climate for "everyman" as the margins were often high and the moves could be severe. "Everyman" needed a liquid market with reduced margins that would allow participation in the stock market in a diverse manner. The E-mini indices allow a trader to participate in a stock weighted average of a portfolio. Continue reading "Twelve Essential Steps To a Winning E-mini Strategy!"